Found March 15, 2013 on WZR Online:
Speaking to Shelly Martinez on the latest edition of Fun Time Radio, Kevin Matthews continued to rail on head WWE developmental trainer Bill DeMott. The independent wrestler experienced DeMott’s rough training style first hand when he joined WWE as a developmental wrestler in 2006 and assigned to Deep South Wrestling. After parting ways with the company that very same year, Matthews has complained that DeMott “made (Deep South Wrestling) a living hell for anyone who wasn’t part of his clique” and called him “a rather disturbed, delusional, bipolar man who needs to seek professional help ASAP.” Matthews’ main point of contention is that DeMott’s classes resulted in talent, including himself, succumbing to countless injuries that could have been prevented had they not been pushed to work until they could no longer do so. Most notably, Angel Williams, famously known as Angelina Love, suffered a severe leg injury as a result of DeMott’s training style days before she was reportedly sche...
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